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  • Contemplating loss - NZ Law Society

    7 Jun 2019: 07 June 2019 - By David Allan. (A piece written after being inspired by a kerbside discussion with Olakunle Ajayi about his 2018 Masters of Psychotherapy thesis). Walking into a prison hidden behind stark concrete walls, the first thing you notice

    www.lawsociety.org.nz/practice-resources/the-business-of-law
    /access-to-justice/contemplating-loss

  • Herman Visagie - NZ Law Society

    7 Jun 2019: Kia ora koutou. It is my pleasure as the newly elected Vice-President Central North Island to be writing the introductory comments for this month’s LawTalk to introduce myself and comment on a few areas of interest to me. I am a proud bi-cultural

    www.lawsociety.org.nz/news-and-communications/people-in-the-law
    /lawyer-profiles/herman-visagie

  • Danger in relying on an interpreter - NZ Law Society

    7 Jun 2019: All names used in this article are fictitious. When a lawyer has a client and an interpreter is required, relying on an intermediary to the extent that all communication is through them seems to be “fraught with danger”, a lawyers standards

    www.lawsociety.org.nz/for-the…19/danger-in-relying-on-an-interpreter

  • Finding the perfect role - NZ Law Society

    7 Jun 2019: New Zealand's lawyers work in a wide range of roles and organisations. Some have found the perfect job and never change employment. Other change roles regularly in a quest for a better workplace, better status and remuneration, lifestyle, more

    www.lawsociety.org.nz/practice-resources/the-business-of-law
    /human-resources-and-remuneration/finding-the-perfect-role

  • Mohammed Idris Hanif struck off roll of barristers and solicitors -…

    3 May 2019: Mohammed Idris Hanif has been struck off the roll of barristers and solicitors by the New Zealand Lawyers and Conveyancers Disciplinary Tribunal. In 2018 Mr Hanif was found guilty of knowingly providing false and misleading information to

    www.lawsociety.org.nz/news-and-communications/news
    /mohammed-idris-hanif-struck-off-roll-of-barristers-and-solicitors

  • Fined for lack of respect and courtesy - NZ Law Society

    7 Jun 2019: All names used in this article are fictitious. A lawyer has been fined $1, 000 after his conduct in an employment related meeting was found to be “deliberately aggressive, overbearing and overly personalised”. The lawyer, Carton, represented an

    www.lawsociety.org.nz/for-the-…ined-for-lack-of-respect-and-courtesy

  • Two recent legal books - NZ Law Society

    7 Jun 2019: 07 June 2019 - By Geoff Adlam. By Andrew P Simester and Warren Brookbanks. As the title states, this is a comprehensive analysis of the principles which underlie New Zealand’s criminal law. A logical arrangement starts with a chapter on the

    www.lawsociety.org.nz/practice-resources/research-and-insight
    /legal-publications/two-recent-legal-books

  • Focus on ... legal practice in Thames/Coromandel - NZ Law Society

    7 Jun 2019: 07 June 2019 - By Craig Stephen. It is an area that developed with gold mining and, despite the lack of blue collar industries these days, tourism, housing and health keep the near two dozen lawyers based in Thames-Coromandel busy. One of those

    www.lawsociety.org.nz/news-and-communications/latest-news/news
    /focus-on-coromandel

  • Censure and fine for incompetence - NZ Law Society

    7 Jun 2019: All names used in this article are fictitious. A lawyer who did not provide competent advice has been censured and fined $4, 000. The lawyer, Meagles, acted for Mrs Pawkins and her adult son when they bought a residential property. At the time, Mrs

    www.lawsociety.org.nz/for-the-community
    /…/censure-and-fine-for-incompetence

  • Access to Justice — Pro bono - NZ Law Society

    7 Jun 2019: I note in [Craig Stephen’s] article regarding pro bono work, mention was made of the restrictions of practitioners “carrying unpaid work out with CLCs and CABs…. Lawyers could be found guilty of misconduct if they do so.” [page 62]. Now

    www.lawsociety.org.nz/practice-resources/commentary
    /letters-to-the-lawtalk-editor/access-to-justice-pro-bono

Last updated on the 7th July 2015